Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Remembering Sr. Joseph Adele

LIKE ONE OF CHALON'S GRACEFUL ARCHES, Sister Joseph Adele Edwards, CSJ, was part of the Mount's architecture, a Carondelet sister since 1952, professor, administrator, mentor and friend to generations of the College community. She passed away on December 25, literally at the conclusion of the Mass for Christmas Day, during the recessional, "Joy to the World."

Jared Morgan of the Brentwood Patch online community newsletter produced a neat memorial feature on Sister, available at http://patch.com/california/brentwood/brentwood-college-dean-died-on-christmas-day. He gets some terrific reminiscences from Mount colleagues Daniel Aucutt, Bernie Robert and Rosalyn Kempf, and I was delighted to see among them that dynamo, Sister Regina Clare Salazar, CSJ, whose own history at the College is long and impressive.

Several of the historic photos in the video came from the Archives.  

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